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Bangkok stopover package tour 3 days Destination: Bangkok

Duration:3 days/ 2 nights

Price: from US0

Feature:Bangkok, the vibrant, bustling capital of Thailand is worth a visit. The city is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, near the Gulf of Thailand. The streets are alive morning and night with tuk tuks and street vendors, and the city is overloaded with amazing sights. We take you to the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha Temple and Temple of the Reclining Buddha, and include a long tail boat ride along the river. But there is so much more to explore – floating markets, classical shows, Thai Boxing shows, and of course shopping galore. So why not stopover in the exciting city of Bangkok.




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Bangkok Travel Information

  • Bangkok is excess in all of its unrestrained glory. Bigger, better, more: the city is insatiable, a monster that feeds on concrete, shopping malls and diesel exhaust. The city demands that you be in the present and in the moment, not necessarily for a religious epiphany, but because the city is self-absorbed and superficial, blissfully free of wrinkle-inducing self-reflection. Smiles and sà·nùk (the Thai word for ‘fun’) are the key passports into Bangkok society. A compliment here, a joke there – the demands of social lubrication in this megalopolis are more akin to a small village than an anonymous city and a necessity for survival.
  • As Bangkok forcefully kneads out of you all demands for order and predictability, you’ll understand the famous Thai smile. It is the metaphorical brakes on the urban overdrive. Packed into these concrete corridors are religious spectacle, unapologetic consumerism and multi-flavoured hedonism – corrupting and purifying souls within footsteps of each other. A tragicomic confluence of human desires and aspirations best viewed through a detached smile.
  • Of the famous and infamous attractions, Bangkok’s best feature is its intermingling of opposites. A modern world of affluence orbits around a serene traditional core. Step outside the four-star hotels into a typical Siamese village where taxi drivers knock back energy drinks and upcountry transplants grill chicken on a streetside barbecue.
  • Hop the Skytrain to the glitzy shopping malls where trust-fund babies examine luxury brands as carefully as the housewives inspect produce at the open-air markets. Or appreciate the attempts at enlightenment at the city’s famous temples and doorstep shrines, or simple acts of kindness amid the urban bustle.
  • You can jump between all of these worlds – wining and hobnobbing at a chic club, eating at a streetside market, getting plucked and pummelled into something more beautiful, or sweating profusely on a long unplanned march. Bangkok is an urban connoisseur’s dream come true.

Operation : Daily departure

Duration : 3 days / 2 nights

Tour route : Bangkok stopover package tour 3 days

Brief description : Bangkok, the vibrant, bustling capital of Thailand is worth a visit. The city is located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, near the Gulf of Thailand. The streets are alive morning and night with tuk tuks and street vendors, and the city is overloaded with amazing sights. We take you to the Grand Palace, the Emerald Buddha Temple and Temple of the Reclining Buddha, and include a long tail boat ride along the river. But there is so much more to explore – floating markets, classical shows, Thai Boxing shows, and of course shopping galore. So why not stopover in the exciting city of Bangkok.

Day 1: Welcoem to Bangkok    Today is the arrival day. An airport transfer is included, so please ensure that you have provided us with your flight details, so that we can orgnise the transfer which will be with a Local Guide. You will probably realise during your trip into the city that Bangkok is throbbing with life and noise. Nine million people live here and the streets are always buzzing. Once you are through the initial culture shock you will discover Bangkok’s many and varied charms - the exciting markets, the peaceful temples, the noisy nightclubs and the grand historic buildings. Your biggest challenge this evening is to decide where to eat, as there are hundreds of restaurants all serving delicious food!   The local guide will help check you into the hotel, and the remainder of the day is free at leisure.  

Day 2: Bangkok - City Tour (B)   Today we include a half day City Tour. Please meet in the hotel reception at 8.30am, where you will be met by your Local Guide. We start by taking a tuk tuk from the hotel to the Grand Palace, one of Thailand’s greatest visual wonders, the Wat Phra Kaeo. This is Thailand’s holiest Buddhist Temple and because of that you must ensure you wear ankle length trousers or a long skirt, a top fully covering the shoulders and proper sandals or shoes (no flip-flops/thongs). The Wat Phra Kaeo Royal Chapel houses the Emerald Buddha, actually made of jade. The Thais believe that as long as they remain keepers of the Emerald Buddha, their country will be safe. The local guide will show you this and many other stunning buildings in the 61-acre site.    Afterwards we walk to Wat Pho - the oldest temple in Bangkok, older than the city itself where Buddhist monks live. Wat Pho houses the incredible reclining gilt Buddha, which is nearly 50 feet high and 151 feet long with ornately inlaid mother-of-pearl feet. The compound houses the Traditional Massage School offering Thai Massage and Foot Reflexology – you may like to return here in your free time.    From Pho Temple, we take a short walk to a local Tha Tain Pier, and take a local ferry on the Chao Phraya river, which has been the lifeline of Thailand’s ancient kingdoms and agricultural sustainability. We see traditional houses still perched at the edge of the river and its’ canals and may pass the Royal Barge Museum. We visit a flower market, and then head to China Town by tuk tuk or ferry. Here there is time for you to have lunch (at own expense) before returning to the hotel by long tail boat (or taxi if you prefer).   The remainder of the day is free for you to explore Bangkok. You may wish to explore the Khao San Road, also known as backpacker central in Bangkok, a great place to shop. Or there are plenty more sights to be seen in the city.   Please note that an afternoon city tour can be arranged if you prefer. Please advise this at the time of booking so that we can make the necessary arrangements.  

Day 3: Bangkok (B)   The stopover ends after breakfast today. A departure transfer is included, so please ensure that you have provided us with your flight details, to enable us to organise the airport transfer.   

Includes:

 
  1. Accommodation 
  2. Daily breakfast
  3. Transportation from airport - hotel - airport
  4. All meal as mentioned in itinerary
  5. Tour programs as indicated in the itinerary
  6. Entrance fees
  7. English speaking tour guide

  Excludes:

 
  1. Other meals than mentioned in the program
  2. All items of a personal nature such as phone calls, tips for personal services, etc.
  3.  Surcharges for compulsory gala dinners.
  4. Optional tours.
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